Would you like to learn more about wine regions, but find it difficult to keep them all straight?
We know that tasting wine is a great way to learn about it, but did you know that the power of visuals can really accelerate your learning?
That’s exactly what we’re going to learn tonight with our guest who joins me live from Seattle.
Our guest this evening is Madeline Puckette, author of the New York times best-selling book Wine Folly!
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P.S. Join us Sunday November 5, at 6 pm eastern with Dr. Edward Miller, a member of an International Research Community!.
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Madeline Puckette is the content director and co-founder of Wine Folly.
Her passion for helping beginners learn about wine is the inspiration behind the award-winning website winefolly.com, and the NYT best-selling book, Wine Folly: The Essential Guide to Wine. Puckette’s background in visual design, music and restaurant hospitality have helped shape her communication of wine through infographics, entertainment and social media.
Since the inception of the site on December 25, 2011, Puckette’s enigmatic wine designs have been featured in places like NPR, Fast Company Design and The Washington Post. The Wine Folly book has been published in 20 countries including Korea, Germany, Russia, China, France and Italy.
Accolades and Experience
Court of Masters, Certified Sommelier (Level 2)
40 Under 40, Wine Enthusiast Magazine, 2015–2016
Wine Blogger of the Year, International Wine and Spirits Competition, 2013-14
Top Wine Writer, Quora, 2012